Sr.No.Program Outcomes (POs)
PO1: management discipline and its implications with global emphasis.
PO2: Analyze the environmental factors and evaluate the impact of world issues on an organization's international business opportunities.
PO3: Evaluate and present market research to support an organization's business decision-making.
PO4: Describe and list the documents and the application required in foreign trade.
PO5: Evaluate the impact of the legal environment on an organization's business initiatives.
PO6: Develop strategies to address the impact of cultural differences on an organization's trade initiatives.
PO7: Describe the concepts and practices like international economics, import and export, international logistics, forex etc.
PO8: Identify and interpret relevant international financial documents, and evaluate financial strategies of the corporates.
PO9: Demonstrate professional communication skills required in global markets.
PO10: Develop and present an international business plan with reference to local and global resources.
Sr.No.Program Outcomes (POs)
PSO1: Recall and apply the concepts in global business.
PSO2: develop basics and essential skills related to global business marketing and recent trends in marketing.
PSO3: Understand the global trends in all fields of business.
PSO4: Communicate effectively using languages such as German, French and English.
PSO5: Student comprehends the knowledge and understanding of the importance and functions of logistics and warehousing.
PSO6: Understand the domestic and global environmental factors affecting businesses.
PSO7: Understand the paradigm shifts in global finance, economics, trade and commerce.
PSO8: Understand and analyze real life problems related to business with case study methods and research.
PSO9: Student is be able to analyze and apply opportunities in international marketing domain.
PSO10: Understand international finance related aspects such as foreign exchange, stock indices, national and international financial bodies.
PSO11: Understand the HRM functions and practices like promotion, appraisal and wages administration with global perspectives.
PSO12: Explain modalities, functions and activities related with various aspects of international trade.
PSO13: Summarize institutional and regulatory framework governing international trade
Course Name: 101: Principles of Management
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Apply various concepts, meaning, importance, functions and role of Managers.
CO2: Relate and discuss the concept of Management as an Art, Science, Profession and a Social System.
CO3: Compare and differentiate the concept of Management, Administration, and Organization and Universality of Management.
CO4: Describe and synthesize the concept of Managerial Thoughts and Contribution of Frederick Taylor, Elton Mayo, Henry Fayol and Peter Drucker.
CO5: Relate and classify the Indian Management ethos (Indian) and different Styles of J.R.D Tata, Dhirubhai Ambani, N. R. Narayana Murthy, Verghese Kurien.
CO6: Examine and assess the major managerial Functions Forecasting, Planning, Organizing and Decision Making and Motivation.
CO7: Read and prioritize between the Recent trends in Management, Management of change and management of crises.
CO8: Understand concepts like Total Quality Management, Knowledge Management and Outsourcing and point out the operations.
Course Name: 102: Business Communication Skills
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Explain the basic purpose of communication.
CO2: Define the concept and different forms of communication.
CO3: Design meaningful, concise and effective messages through different types of communication.
CO4: Identify ways to make business correspondence precise and effective.
CO5: Analyze how modern technology and effect on the businesses and media based communication is working in the present context.
CO6: Assess how the interpersonal relations and groups are important CO7: discuss the fundamental aspects of business communication skills.
CO7: Write emails for business correspondence.
Course Name: 103: Business Accounting
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand basic concepts in Business Accounting.
CO2: Classify the accounts under different rules of accounts.
CO3: Explain how to record different financial transactions.
CO4: Judge the financial implications of different financial transaction.
CO5: Solve application problems on Journal Entries, Ledger Accounts and Cash Book.
CO6: Develop Trial Balance.
CO7: Solve application problems on Final Accounts.
CO8: Write a necessary set of entries in a cash book and compare them with a bank statement to understand their implications and effects.
CO9: Understand growing importance of accounting software.
CO10: use software like Tally for writing of accounts.
Course Name: 104: Business Economics – Micro
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand what Business Economics is
CO2: Comprehend various types of elasticity of demand.
CO3: Describe various forms of market.
CO4: Demonstrate the price determination under various market.
CO5: Understand the mechanism of Demand and Supply.
CO6: Learn the types of revenue.
CO7: Solve the various economic problems.
CO8: Understand the functioning of flow of Income.
Course Name: 105: Business Mathematics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Define and memorize basic concepts in business mathematics.
CO2: Develop appropriate understanding as how to use mathematic like computation interest, profit and loss, matrices etc. in business decisions.
CO3: Cultivate right understanding regaining numerical aptitude.
CO4: Develop logical approach towards analytical approach data.
CO5: Use L.P.P. and its applications in business.
CO6: Understand the concept and application of Permutations and Combinations in business.
CO7: Understand applications of matrices in business.
CO8: Explain the concepts of ratio, proportion and percentage.
CO9: Describe the concept and application of profit and loss in business.
Course Name: 106: Business Demography
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the concept of demography, components of demography.
CO2: Understand how population growth influences aspects of society.
CO3: Examine how demographic changes influence different aspects of policy formulation and social development.
CO4: Explain the role of literacy in economic development.
CO5: Learn about implications of changes in population and structure of population on economy and society.
CO6: Explain various determinants of urbanization and migration and how it affects the resource allocation and resource planning.
CO7: Understand equal and unequal distribution of resources and its impact on society.
CO8: Explain the advantages and disadvantages of urbanization.
CO9: Compare sex ratios of different states in India.
Course Name: 201: Basics of Cost Accounting
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Define different concepts on cost accounting.
CO2: Understand the importance of costing in decision making.
CO3: Summarize different elements of cost.
CO4: Classify different costs.
CO5: Solve applicative problems on the Cost Sheet.
CO6: Distinguish different types of overheads.
CO7: Explain the role of contract costing in ascertaining the cost of a particular project or activity.
CO8: Solve applicative problems on Contract Costing.
CO9: Solve applicative problems on Process Costing.
CO10: Explain how cost of a particular process is ascertained in case of single or multiple processes as well as for joint products.
Course Name: 202 Origin and Development of Global Business
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Discuss the Role of Globalizations in industrial development.
CO2: Find and justify the characteristics and features of Domestic Business.
CO3: Identify and categorize the Product wise and Trend wise demand in international business.
CO4: Explain the concept of FDI.
CO5: Express the role of Traditional Media and Internet.
CO6: Describe the Transportation advances.
CO7: Express views on population mobility.
CO8: Explain Concept of National and International Trade.
CO9: Restate the relationship between the National and International Trade.
CO10: Examine and compare the various geographical indications for successful business enterprises.
CO11: Describe the various Commercial policy tariffs and non-tariff measures.
CO12: Relate and compare National and International institutions Formation, Purpose, Importance and issues
Course Name: 203: Commercial Geography
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the basic concepts in commercial geography.
CO2: Understand the bases regarding commercial activities in different environments, referring to world resources in general and India in particular.
CO3: Correlate the resources available in any locality and its industrial usage.
CO4: Know about the determination and location of various industries in the world and its commercial prospects.
CO5: Recall the concepts of home trade, means of transportation and International markets through the study of commercial geography.
CO6: Study the modes and means of transportation for the progress of agricultural, mineral and Industrial resources
CO7: Understand the importance of natural resources for more sustainable management and long-term benefits from resource related wealth.
CO8: Explain the concept of geographic indication and its uses.
CO9: identify the different locations where the different branches of trade and commerce are located.
Course Name: 204: Principles of Marketing
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Describe basic concepts of marketing, its general nature, scope and importance of marketing.
CO2: Explain functions of marketing.
CO3: Describe product marketing and service marketing.
CO4: Understand the marketing environment.
CO5: Define market segmentation and understand why and how to segment the market.
CO6: Cultivate knowledge of marketing mix and assess basic essential skills of marketing.
CO7: Explain marketing activities and understand different types of marketing, their role and functions
CO8: Understand the basic difference between Marketing and Selling.
Course Name: 205: Business Statistics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand basic concepts, nature of data, its classification and distribution.
CO2: Prepare frequency distributions to condense the data.
CO3: Construct different types of graphs and diagrams and can interpret them.
CO4: understand the concepts of central tendency and dispersion.
CO5: Calculate measures of central tendency like mean, mode and median.
CO6: Differentiate between absolute and relative measures of dispersion and able to calculate them.
CO7: Understand the concepts of correlation and regression.
CO8: Apply knowledge of correlation for regression analysis for forecasting purpose.
CO9: Understand measures of Index Number, and its types.
Course Name: 206: Fundamentals of Computers
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: concepts of information and their role in modern businesses. .
CO2: Develop a rational approach as to how computers can be used in data process analysis in business.
CO3: Develop understanding regarding cautions to be taken security, safety and security while using net-based service.
CO4: Develop understanding regarding the role of computers in business operations.
CO5: Develop understanding regarding usage, functionality and services provided by operating systems in business processes.
CO6: Develop understanding regarding need, structure and working of computer networking in business operations.
CO7: Learn, develop skills and ability to handle different applications in business processes
CO8: Understand cautions and steps to be taken and net based services.
CO9: Handle various software and programs with due cautions and care.
Course Name: 301: Elements of Human Resource Management
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Describe Development of HRM.
CO2: Discuss and compare the concept of Human Resource Development (HRD) and HRM.
CO3: Restate the role of HR Manager.
CO4: Compare and justify the functions of Human Resource Management.
CO5: Describe the structure of HRM Department.
CO6: Relate the need, importance of Human Resource Planning.
CO7: compare and discuss the concept of Recruitment.
CO8: Examine and prioritize the concept, importance of selection Tests and Types of Interviews.
CO9: Examine and prioritize the concept, importance of selection Tests and Types of Interviews.
CO10: Describe the definition of Training and Development, its Methods and Types.
CO11: Classify the Evaluation of Training Programme and Models.
CO10: Examine and prioritize the concept, importance of selection Tests and Types of Interviews.
CO11: Describe the definition of Training and Development, its Methods and Types.
CO12: Identify and categories the Cross-Cultural Training.
CO13: Discuss and compare the concept of Performance Appraisal.
CO14: Identify and categorize strategic issues in mergers and acquisitions,Downsizing, Reengineering and outsourcing.
CO15: Identify the HRM challenges.
CO16: Describe the Current trends like TQM, Global Workforce, Multiculturalism and cultural sensitivity.
Course Name: 302: Global Competencies and Personality Development
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Develop the dimensions and importance of an effective personality.
CO2: Developing a positive personality.
CO3: Understand various aspects of Self: Analysis, Goal Setting, SWOT Analysis.
CO4: Explain the concept, Meaning and need of global competence.
CO5: Describe the process of Time Management in building positive personality.
CO6: Ability to work in Team: Be a team player, Adapt in different cultural and work styles, and social relationships.
CO7: Understand Cross Cultural values and ethics.
CO8: Understand the concept of Global Competencies.
Course Name: 303: International Economics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Learn the role and scope of International Economics.
CO2: Explain the importance at National and International Level.
CO3: Students can express the concepts and role of International trade theories.
CO4: Compare alternative theories of International Trade.
CO5: Explain the terms of trade in the International Market.
CO6: Explain various factors affecting the international trade.
CO7: Analyze the nation’s balance of payment policies.
CO8: Explain the Welfare and Gain concept.
CO9: Understand how a foreign exchange market operates.
CO10: explain the functions of International Organizations.
Course Name: 304: Production and Operations Management
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Learn process of production, product design, production planning and control.
CO2: Predict the emerging manufacturing technologies like CAD, CAM and its role in developing business strategy
CO3: Express the concepts like quality control, Six Sigma, ergonomics, industrial safety etc.
CO4: Understand the types of production processes.
CO5: Compare the different types of manufacturing processes
CO6: Explain the types of plant layouts.
CO7: Compare the different types of plant layouts.
CO8: Explain the environmental and safety aspects related with different production processes.
CO9: Present company’s products with processing aspect.
CO10: Explain the concept of productivity.
CO11: Recall the Procedure of Production Planning and Industrial Purchases.
CO12: Explain the concept and types of maintenance.
CO13: Explain maintenance, method study, work study and motion study, Time study etc.
CO14: Understand the concept of ergonomics and other production related processes and activities.
Course Name: A305: Foreign language- I French (I)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Recall basic alphabets in language..
CO2: Learn fundamental French vocabulary with respect to greetings and conversations
CO3: Know pronouns, articles, plural and some adjectives.
CO4: communicate with simple questions.
CO5: Write alphabets, and numbers.
CO6: Explain and understand the orientation of time.
CO7: Tell adjectives, articles and verbs.
CO8: Ask questions in French.
Course Name: B 305: Foreign language -I German (I)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Recall basic alphabets in German language.
CO2: Learn fundamental German vocabulary with respect to greetings and conversations.
CO3: Know pronouns, articles, plural and some adjectives.
CO4: Communicate with simple questions.
CO5: Write alphabets, and numbers.
CO6: Explain and understand the orientation of time
CO7: Tell adjectives, articles and verbs.
CO8: Ask questions in German.
Course Name: B 306 I: Logistics Management (I)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the basic concepts related to Logistics Management.
CO2: Explain the importance of Logistics Management.
CO3: Define the concepts like 3 PL, 4PL, International Logistics etc.
CO4: Enumerate the problems in procurement and global sourcing.
CO5: Summarize different factors affecting Transportation Performance.
CO6: Describe various inventory policies and importance of inventory in Supply Chain.
CO7: Define various concepts like JIT, VMI, outsourcing etc.
CO8: Explain the concept Warehousing, technology used in warehousing operations.
CO9: Interpret the role of the material handling system
CO10: Describe the role of IT in Supply Chain Management.
Course Name: 401: Import Export Procedure
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Explain the basic concept of import and export.
CO2: Describe categories of export.
CO3: Understand export procedure and related documents in detail.
CO4: Understand import procedure and related documents in detail.
CO5: Understand various schemes implemented by the government for encouraging export.
CO6: Explain product categories for import and export.
CO7: explain the steps involved in import and export.
CO8: Explain the role of different export and import authorities
Course Name: 402: Research Methodology
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Memorize the basic concepts and definitions under the Income Tax Act, 1961
CO2: Explain the importance of research and its limitations.
CO3: Describe different types of research.
CO4: Define the term Research Design.
CO5: Explain the essentials of good research design.
CO6: Understand the process of research.
CO7: Enumerate the methods of collection of primary and secondary data.
CO8: Distinguish between different types of Sampling.
CO9: Understand data processing, analysis and interpretation.
CO10: List out the steps involved in preparation of research reports.
Course Name: 403: Business Ethics
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Comprehend the social ethics, corporate ethics and global ethics.
CO2: Explain the qualities required for managers.
CO3: Differentiate the personal and professional ethics on national and international level.
CO4: State the role and importance of ethics at individual level.
CO5: Promotes principles of ethics taught the students the functional execution and balance of management system.
CO6: Explain the concepts and role of Business and Stakeholder ethics.
CO7: Explain concept of business, government and societal ethics
CO8: Understand the Government policies and various Interest groups affecting the business operations.
CO9: Design the initiatives to be taken towards building sustainable role models.
CO10: Understand the need of ethics and laws in consumer protection.
Course Name: 404: Management Information System
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Describe the importance of Management information systems.
CO2: Identify the various types of information systems.
CO3: Distinguish between applications of information systems according to the type of business operations.
CO4: Understand the importance of system analysis and design in information systems development.
CO5: Explain the various types of System Development approaches according to system requirements.
CO6: Apply the concepts of Management information systems into real life situations.
CO7: Design an information system to solve real life problems.
CO8: understand the various management issues in management information systems.
CO9: Describe the importance of decision support systems and decision-making systems.
CO10: Understand the role of technology in current digital firms.
Course Name: A 405: Foreign Language II French (II)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Fundamental French vocabulary with checking into a hotel and asking its information.
CO2: Communicate in case of travel with respect to food and banking transactions.
CO3: Understand the grammatical concepts mentioned.
CO4: Converse and navigate with ease.
CO5: Understand the concept of Francophonie.
CO6: Use different words in communication.
CO7: Write small conversations.
Course Name: B 405: Foreign Language II German (II)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Know different types of professions and activities carried out within it.
CO2: Converse daily routine activities.
CO3: Learn about different sightseeing places in Berlin, map reading and to understand excursion program.
CO4: Write a postcard in German.
CO5: Converse regarding shopping.
CO6: Know and explain about body and health related words.
CO7: Write a small letter or text.
CO8: Understand food and drinking habits, weather conditions.
Course Name: B 406: International Logistics and Port Management
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Define the term International Logistics, International Supply Chain Management, 3 PL and 4 PL.
CO2: List out the documents required in international logistics
CO3: Classify different types of containers.
CO4: Interpret different functions performed by CONCOR.
CO5: Describe the role of different intermediaries in the international logistics.
CO6: Explain the types and layout of different Ports.
CO7: Define the terms like stowage plan, on board stowage, cargo positioning etc.
CO8: List out different port operations.
CO9: Enumerate facilities and services of cargo.
Course Name: 501: International Relations
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the basic concept of international relations
CO2: Recall the role, functions of various categories of international relations.
CO3: Understand in detail various regional groupings.
CO4: Understand the dispute redressal system of WTO.
CO5: Explain in detail about GATs, TRIMs TRIPs and Commodity Agreements.
CO6: Rewrite the socio-cultural background of India and its effect on international relations.
CO7: Understand the role and functions of culture, culture sensitivity on the creation of a global culture.
CO8: Explain the instruments of trade policy.
Course Name: 502: International Business Law
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the basic concepts in international economic laws.
CO2: Explain in detail various models and conventions governing international trade.
CO3: Interpret role, functions of various international institutions with respect to internal economic laws.
CO4: Describe dispute settlement machineries involved in international trade.
CO5: Examine the role of various Indian government bodies in international trade law
CO6: Study various laws framed in India that support international trade laws.
CO7: Understand the role and functions of Indian Government Bodies promoting international trade in detail.
CO8: Explain in detail about International Clauses for Settlement of Investment Disputes such as ICSID and ICAEF.
Course Name: 503: Business Reporting and Analysis
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the concept of business reporting, its scope and factors affecting Reporting.
CO2: Explain in detail the categorization and segmentation in industry.
CO3: Interpret different analysis parameters.
CO4: Describe various areas of business reporting and analysis.
CO5: Know about Business Analysis, its tools and techniques.
CO6: Study documentaries, international surveys, white papers for analysis.
CO7: Design different reporting formats and business plans.
CO8: Understand global opportunities and diversification in international business.
Course Name: 504: Foreign Exchange Management
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the concept of foreign Exchange, its structure and basics of transactions and limitations.
CO2: Explain the exchange rates, convertibility of rupees and other currencies etc.
CO3: Interpret different payment systems such as SWIFT.
CO4: Describe foreign exchange market functions.
CO5: Study and understand methods of exchange control.
CO6: Study FEMA Provisions related to export and import board.
CO7: Understand the administration of foreign exchange.
CO8: Understand various financial terminologies and transactions involved in FOREX market
Course Name: 505 A: International Marketing Management (I)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the scope in International Marketing.
CO2: Explain the concepts of MNCs and TNCs in International Marketing.
CO3: Interpret different entry modes and market entry strategies.
CO4: Describe how to select International Market.
CO5: Study the concept of product standardization.
CO6: Understand the positioning of products internationally.
CO7: Interpret the role of branding in international market.
CO8: Understand the Global Pricing Policies.
CO9: Design international promotional plans and decisions
Course Name: 505 B: International Financial Management (I)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the international financial management.
CO2: Explain the global financial institutions.
CO3: Interpret evolution of the international monetary system.
CO4: Correlate between exchange rate system and international monetary organizations.
CO5: Study the evolution and functioning of various financial institutions such as Moody’s, ADB, IFC, World Bank etc.
CO6: Understand the role and functioning of different international credit rating agencies.
CO7: Understand equities market and bond market in detail.
CO8: Understand the different types of bonds in detail.
CO9: Explore the international capital markets.
CO10: Interpret the International Financial Reporting Standards.
Course Name: 506 A: Legal Dimensions in International Marketing (II)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the complexities of International trade law.
CO2: Explain the principles of International Business Contract.
CO3: Describe the dispute settlement mechanism.
CO4: Get familiar with anti-dumping policies and procedures.
CO5: Study the different guidelines and agreements relating to International Marketing.
CO6: Resolve issues involving double taxation of passive and active income.
CO7: Learn concepts relating to international business and marketing.
CO8: Interpret the international ethical consideration.
CO9: Understand different stages in PLC in International Market.
Course Name: 506 B: Legal Dimensions in Financial Management (II)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the fundamentals of The Contract Act, 1872 and the essentials to a contract.
CO2: Explain the discharge of a contract and the consequences of a breach of contract.
CO3: Study the fundamentals of structure and financial aspects of companies.
CO4: Learn the concepts associated with company formation and operations.
CO5: Explain the regulation of foreign exchange transactions and markets.
CO6: Describe the foreign investments and taxation of foreign income.
CO7: Understand the structure of World Trade Organization and its role in financial management.
CO8: State various regional groupings and technical standards of international finance.
CO9: Explore the various international legal trade restrictions.
Course Name: 601: New Venture Creation and Start-ups
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the basic concepts related to entrepreneurship.
CO2: Build the knowledge, skills and abilities desired by an entrepreneur.
CO3: Understand the role, responsibilities and opportunities of an entrepreneur.
CO4: Understand the fundamentals of how to manage a new venture.
CO5: Analyze the role of information technology in new venture development.
CO6: Design the process of creation of a start-up.
CO7: Conduct the feasibility analyses required in new venture creation.
CO8: Explain the fundamentals of a business plan and different types of business plans in detail.
CO9: Formulate project report and business presentation.
Course Name: 602: International Project Management
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the basic concept of international project management.
CO2: Explain the role and functions of project manager.
CO3: Interpret the different complexities and challenges in international project management.
CO4: Learn strategic planning in project management
CO5: Connect various concepts involved in project planning and initiation.
CO6: Measure the social impact of a project.
CO7: Relate the consequence of time cost and quality relationship in project management.
CO8: Understand the need for a control system in project management.
CO9: Explain the project completion and handover activities.
Course Name: 603: Decision Making and Risk Management
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Find the best alternative in a decision with multiple objectives and uncertainty.
CO2: Describe the process of decision making.
CO3: Analyze an organization's decision-making system.
CO4: Understand the role and scope of decision making and risk management in organizations.
CO5: Understand the importance of decision making tools and models in business.
CO6: Know the role of leadership and its allied aspects while making decisions.
CO7: Describe the importance of organizational values in decision making and risk management.
CO8: Correlate the decision making and risk management activities in organization.
Course Name: 604: Management of Agribusiness and Agri Exports
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Develop adequate conceptual base in different areas of Agri-business.
CO2: Understand the structure of Agri-business.
CO3: Learn the concept of Contract Farming.
CO4: Classify the markets according to the commodities.
CO5: Understand the role of banks in agri-business.
CO6: Learn the role of cooperative institutions.
CO7: List the export documents required for Agri export.
CO8: Make Marketing Plan for Agri-export.
Course Name: 605 A: International Service Management (I)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the Classification in International Service Sector.
CO2: Understand the structure of Agri-business.
CO3: Know the role of service employee.
CO4: Explain the Service Marketing Triangle.
CO5: Learn internal and external service marketing.
CO6: Identify the impact of 7’Ps in service marketing.
CO7: Recall the Service Life Cycle.
CO8: Utilize Blueprinting and Service Mapping.
CO9: Identify the reasons of failures of Service and recovery strategies.
Course Name: 605 B: International Human Resource Management (I)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Understand the basic concept of international human resource management.
CO2: Underline the difference between domestic and international HRM and note its challenges.
CO3: Enlist the key aspects of international recruitment and selection standards.
CO4: Discuss workforce planning and staffing from a global perspective.
CO5: Understand performance management from a global perspective along with the issues and challenges.
CO6: Study the practices of compensation in the international market.
CO7: Know the cultural diversity and how to manage it from the organization’s perspective.
CO8: Explain the cultural sensitivity and strategies to build organizational culture.
Course Name: 606 A: Brand Management (II)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Analyze a brand and brand management.
CO2: Understand branding challenges and opportunities.
CO3: Know the brand equity concept.
CO4: Apply the knowledge of competitive advantage through strategic positioning of brands.
CO5: Learn the concept of Points of Parity.
CO6: Explain and use the brand auditing concept
CO7: Study the global branding Strategies.
CO8: Learn the methods of brand valuation.
Course Name: 606 B: Cross Cultural Relationship (II)
Sr.No.Course Outcomes (COs)
CO1: Analyze work cultures of different countries.
CO2: Understand role of diversity in cultures and how they differ and their impact work relations.
CO3: Signify and role of cross-cultural management.
CO4: Study the role of communication in managing cross cultural relations.
CO5: Know the cross-cultural process and its failures.
CO6: Use the concept of conflict management with a cross cultural audience.
CO7: Identify various elements of a cultural environment and challenges associated with them.
CO8: Understand the concept of ethical dilemmas and cross cultural sensitivity.
CO8: Manage the different cultural teams and transitions.